If CS6 is now essential EOL, then perhaps it is time to remove the copy protection...Like they did with CS2. Or perhaps remove it on CS4 or CS5.
What do they care now anyway? Perhaps a good way to get people to buy in later. Those who have serials for those older products would no longer need to activate via internet. Give a little back for some potential sales later.
I guess nikon is walking the line between lower quality and recalls. If they choose right, they make more money. Seems like they have been choosing wrong. I would not mind paying a bit more for quality...but this seems not to be the case now days. Faster, better, cheaper does not work in the long run.
what's so special about october and november..why are other dates ok? don't get it..
Joriarty: I wonder if the huge "LUMIX" lettering rubs off as well...
Once they rub off "CHEAP" appears. Or "CHINA"
Drop prices by 45% and all will be forgiven.
Lol...Greece is better off on its own. Europe...bah!
so....if this did shoot raw, would people here buy?
could Nikon add it as a firmware update?
is this really news? Everyone heard of Thomas Magnum.
Why put any of your stuff up this way? Roll all of your pics for a year into one far file, encrypt it, and cloud it. Simple.
Not sure why this is needed. Although it will get idiotic videos over quicker...for that I am grateful. Hopefully no service pack needed.
This product fills a niche...those who are too lazy to do a proper scan, those who cannot use Google to figure out how to do a proper scan, and for those who are Apple fans (who want the easiest, no thinking rouge). Their money SHOULD be taken.
People keep saying:
"Bigger sensors would mean bigger sealed boxes."
that does not mean anything. How much bigger. The size of the TG-4 is listed as:
112 x 66 x 31 mm (4.41 x 2.6 x 1.22″)
So how much bigger would a larger sensor make it exactly? So much bigger that people could not lift it?
Why not platinum?
iOS only?? Come on...this will doom the product..not that it has much of a future anyway. Android is used everywhere by more people. Price is ridiculous anyway...priced like an Apple.
JerryShots: Once you upload them to Amazon they will NEVER be deleted. Even after you die, the data value in your files will be mined over and over again...Even after you loose access to the files that you uploaded, they will still be searching for ways to profit from them.Nothing is free - Has any one seen a LARGE DROP in hard drive prices? Amazon must be getting them for free along with Bluffdale, UT...
And what have you contributed? Fear mongering? Do you access the internet from a library or your parents' house?
Interesting that ThisLife is offering unlimited for free it seems...
not sure if any good...wonder where all this is leading...
Really, they will keep them after a person dies and does not pay anymore? And they will be able to see profit from Aunt Mae's cat pictures? What nonsense....
tabloid: Again its not unlimited.There are major restrictions.
List them please and we can keep your post as a sticky ;-)
Wye Photography: I am in the UK and have just tried to sign-up. The sign-in screens take me to the paid plans with only 5Gb being free or free unlimited uploads with Amazon Prime which isn't free. No where do any of the sign-in screens mention these two plans.
This is absolutely mis-leading and has rather cheesed me off somewhat!
Go to amazon.com and register
maxnimo: And what happens if a mad insider employee steals your precious photos?Or if a mad insider employee sells your precious photos on the black market?Or if a mad insider employee sabotages the storage servers?Or if a mad insider employee scrambles all the user passwords?
Won't you have another backup?
If there is a "mad" insider, they are better off stealing credit card numbers from Amazon...who cares about Joe Blow's pictures.